Cutting grass when I was 14. I got paid, but it didn't feel like work to me.
This will sound crazy, but I bought designer clothes! Jordache jeans and Nike sneakers. That's what all the cool kids wore.
25 years. I started here as dockmaster in October 1990.
February 10, 2010 when a snowstorm caused our covered slip shed to collapse. There were so many boats damaged. The best days are the ones like our Easter Seals Cruise for the kids. Anytime we can give back to the community and help children is a good day.
I would like to be able to fly like Superman and save the planet.
Run at night. If you are inexperienced, don't just rely on GPS for night cruising. There are too many other things that could go wrong.
The Outer Banks in 2007 but I am getting ready to take a cruise soon.
An expensive set of golf clubs. I never get to use them, and as it turns out, I am better at spending money than golfing.
The Lighthouse in Dewey Beach, Delaware. The have the greatest orange crushes around. Closer to home would have to be the Chesapeake Inn.
Pop in a Three Stooges DVD.
Don't panic! Slow down and try to relax. If you need help, throw us a line and we will get you in.
I am a humble person and feel I have a path in life. My path is here. I love the water. I love working and living on the water. I can walk to work every morning, and there is a million-dollar view from my office window. It's glorious, and I love doing this!
Take good care of the current boaters. Give them enjoyable positive stories to tell whether about what a great boat they bought, service they had or the places they stay. They will pass the good words. Boating is fun!